The supposed "real" table underlying its appearances
is, in any case, not itself perceived, but inferred, and the question whether such-and-such a particular is an "aspect" of this table is only to be settled by the connection of the particular in question with the one or more particulars by which the table is defined.
when, if we only unite the latter with a deceitful regard to appearances
, we shall fare to our mind both with gods and men, in life and after death, as the most numerous and the highest authorities tell us.
But that which was most remarkable in the appearance
of this splendid islander was the elaborate tattooing displayed on every noble limb.
An interest of a new kind was excited by the appearance
of the next witness.
Henceforward he saw every appearance
of virtue in the youth through the magnifying end, and viewed all his faults with the glass inverted, so that they became scarce perceptible.
On the other hand, it will be equally forgotten that the vigor of government is essential to the security of liberty; that, in the contemplation of a sound and well-informed judgment, their interest can never be separated; and that a dangerous ambition more often lurks behind the specious mask of zeal for the rights of the people than under the forbidden appearance
of zeal for the firmness and efficiency of government.
The uncovered part had the appearance
of a huge cylinder, caked over and its outline softened by a thick scaly dun-coloured incrustation.
, different from any I had ever before seen, and his flight somewhat surprised me.
Beside the swine-herd, for such was Gurth's occupation, was seated, upon one of the fallen Druidical monuments, a person about ten years younger in appearance
, and whose dress, though resembling his companion's in form, was of better materials, and of a more fantastic appearance
Martin, the country presented its usual dull brown appearance
; but here, a very small rill of water produces a most refreshing margin of luxuriant vegetation.
My gifted relative has made her first appearance
in public, and has laid the foundation of our future fortunes.
An anchor is forged and fashioned for faithfulness; give it ground that it can bite, and it will hold till the cable parts, and then, whatever may afterwards befall its ship, that anchor is "lost." The honest, rough piece of iron, so simple in appearance
, has more parts than the human body has limbs: the ring, the stock, the crown, the flukes, the palms, the shank.